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Unformatted text preview: Unit 8 Key Terms symphony an extended piece of music in three or more movements for a symphony orchestra symphony orchestra a large orchestra of string, wind, and percussion sections for playing symphonic works egalitarian culture belief that government is responsible for the welfare of all of its citizens and often have high tax rates that support many social programs Otto von Bismarck a Prussian [now German] nobleman who became Chancellor [like Secretary of State] in the 1800s and oversaw the unification of Germany into an empire federal confederation a structure in which the states have strong states rights and are independent from one another on many issues, but have a shared national government Marshall Plan The primary program, 1948-52, of the United States for rebuilding and creating a stronger economic foundation for the countries of Western Europe, and repelling the threat of internal communism after World War II. The initiative was named for Secretary of State George Marshall and was largely the World War II....
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